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evaluate two different views on the nature of mental well being and mental health
Medication is prefered by some and while this is trusted method for some it will not be suitable or necessaey for all. counselling can work well for many.
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describe how a person centred approach can support an individual, with dementia at different levels of ability, to eat and drink
Weegy: Care staff should show a sensitive approach to helping people with dementia maintain a good level of personal care and ensuring that they get enough to eat and drink. Many care homes will have some structured group activities during the week which [ may or may not be of interest to the person with dementia. It is important that life does not centre around these activities. The starting point for leading a meaningful life will be ensuring that a person's preferred activities are integrated into the care plan. This might include details of favourite radio or television channels, where and when a person likes to go out or whether they like an alcoholic drink in the evening. You may want to ask about the activities programme in the home, but it is also important to ask specific questions in relation to the person who is going to be living in the home, for example 'My mother likes to do her shopping on Saturdays - can she continue to do this?' or 'My father is a keen cricket fan, how might he be helped to keep up this interest if he lived here?' The answers to these questions will give you a good indicator of the home manager's willingness to respond to individual needs. The care team should create opportunities for residents to spend time together and get to know each other through a wide variety of social opportunities. People with dementia should also be encouraged to maintain relationships with people outside the care home. Just because a person has entered a care environment, this should not mean the end of many of the familiar routines which have helped shape their day. ] (More)
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describe how mealtime cultures and environments can be a barrier to meeting the nutritional needs of an individual with dementia
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